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Report studies socioeconomic impacts of plant closures

Report studies socioeconomic impacts of plant closures 15 October 2020 The socioeconomic impacts of nuclear power plant closures are swift, severe and lasting, and the effects are felt more deeply in rural communities where most plants are located, a new report from the Nuclear Decommissioning Collaborative has found.

Dozens of US nuclear power plants at risk due to climate change: Moody’s

Dozens of US nuclear power plants at risk due to climate change: Moody’s Highlights 37 GW of nuclear capacity at risk from flooding 48 GW at risk from heat, water stress Merchant plants have fewer options to recover mitigation costs Washington – Dozens of US nuclear power plants, comprising nearly half the country’s operational nuclear …

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Feds, Developers Seek Second Life for Former Nuclear Plants — Bloomberg Environment

Steam rises out of the nuclear plant on Three Mile Island nuclear plant on March 26, 2019. The plant closed in September, 40 years after it was the site of a partial meltdown. Photographer: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images Sylvia Carignan, Reporter — Dec. 12, 2019, 5:01 PM Decommissioned nuclear power plants are an untapped but …

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